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"An average of 48% of our data is spent on ads."
                                                                                                           Study by Enders Analysis, 04/2016

Boost | boost 4 multimedia | On Point Cyber | OPC | Opcyber

September 23, 2021

"Boost is a DNS based solution that was tested in our Roshan Network successfully.  Bandwidth is scarce in Afghanistan especially at Access Level (Mainly Radio) and very expensive at Upstream ISP level.

Boost blocked advertisements that can sometimes reach more than 50% of Total HTTP/HTTPS browsing data and is a life saver for Operators like us.  Plus, it makes for happy customers who use their data and financial resources to access only the content they want without all that external pollution."

Khaled Bouzid | IP&Transport Director | Technology

Address: House No.152, Park Shar-e-now Street, District 4, Kabul Afghanistan

 

facebook/RoshanConnects     www.roshan.af

 

 

 

Afghanistan  |  Tajikistan  |  Burundi

For Network Providers

Boost Defined -

Boost is an internet tracker management solution, which acts as a DNS sinkhole mechanism that scales to any number of clients. 

Boost blocks upstream data before it enters a network to free up bandwidth, speed up transmission, and give the end user a great multimedia experience with decreased data consumption.

 

Boost automated content management engine intelligently adds domain and sub domain addresses to contextual databases. 

 

Boost primary database targets "Advertising," which consumes up to 48% of network bandwidth. 

 

Customers can use Boost to identify and block all types of data content from entering a network when legally authorized.  For example, secondary databases could include “Porn” to protect child access, and “Gambling” where prohibited.

  • Using a cloud-based framework, Boost can scale up and down the number of servers transparently to support high-performance.

  • Boost runs at speeds far greater than existing open source, business, or home concepts because of the highly optimized aspects of the DNS queries.

  • Security layered within and on top of the database create an enterprise-level security model.

  • Boost uses a distributed high-availability architecture to access its database and ensure robust reliability.

  • An integrated proxy content caching solution further reduces network upstream data consumption, and does not interfere with existing network caching appliances.

Manage Data Content

Boost - Bandwidth

Manage content data to control what data can or cannot enter your network (white list/black list).

Monetize

Boost - VAS/Content Provider Revenue

Stop unauthorized data from clogging up network bandwidth, or allow those that pay, to play.

(i.e.: Commissions, Affiliate Program, PPC, Infrastructure Surcharge)

Boost - Customer Revenue

Capitalize on the end users enhanced Quality of Experience and data savings.

(i.e.: modify data plans, surcharges, fees)

Control Whats Served

Boost - 24/7 Intelligence

Boost automatic content management identifies data and stops it from entering the network. 

Boost - Operational Savings

Stop unauthorized data from entering the network. 

Minimum net effects include 25%  bandwidth savings and reduced inbound ISP data consumption with expanded coverage and a faster network.

Boost - Customer Experience

End users experience faster network speeds, better coverage, reduced data use, and an ad free browsing and multimedia experience for all connected devices.

Boost - Configuration

All end user devices provisioned through the network.  Configure according to operational and revenue strategies.

Boost - Operation

Network provider personnel use the Boost dashboard to control what content is stopped and what is allowed into  their network, as well as monitor performance.

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License & Service Support:  Licensing and service support fees are a fraction of the operational savings experienced by network providers using Boost.

Operational Expenses:  Boost is hosted in the cloud.   Network providers are billed at cost for cloud hosting.  The cost per provider decreases as pooled data volume increases.

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